Top Five Stadiums, Secondaries, Edge Rushers, More | Daily Brew

Each of the past two weeks, I've given you my Daily Brew 5 Top 5s so let's keep it going.

Here are the top 5s that I've already done.

So, let's get rolling with the following…

Top Five Secondaries the Texans offense will face

Honorable mention:
Minnesota, led by safeties Harrison Smith and Anthony Harris

5. Kansas City, led by Pro Bowler Tyrann Mathieu and cornerback Charvarius Ward
4. Green Bay, led by cornerback Jaire Alexander
3. Pittsburgh, led by All-Pro Minkah Fitzpatrick and cornerback Joe Haden
2. Baltimore, led by a slew of stars including Pro Bowl cornerback Marlon Humphrey
1. New England, led by perhaps the best cornerback in the league Stephon Gilmore

Top Five Edge rushers the Texans offense will face (This is a MONSTER group in 2020)

Honorable mention:
Justin Houston, Colts
Frank Clark, Chiefs
Matthew Judon, Ravens
Preston Smith, Packers
Robert Quinn, Bears

5 (tie). Myles Garrett, Browns
5 (tie). Khalil Mack, Bears
4. Josh Allen, Jaguars
3. Za'Darius Smith, Packers
2. Danielle Hunter, Vikings
1. T.J. Watt, Steelers

Top Five "Face in a New Place" (non-rookies) on the 2020 schedule.

Honorable mention:
Tight end Austin Hooper, Browns (formerly Falcons)
Tight end Eric Ebron, Steelers (formerly Colts)
Edge rusher Robert Quinn, Bears (formerly Cowboys)
Quarterback Nick Foles, Bears (formerly Jaguars) - moves into Top 5 if/when he earns starting job

5. Defensive lineman D.J. Reader, Bengals (formerly Texans)
4. Linebacker Joe Schobert, Jaguars (formerly Browns)
3. Quarterback Cam Newton, Patriots (formerly Panthers)
2. Offensive tackle Jack Conklin, Browns (formerly Titans)
1. (tie) Quarterback Philip Rivers, Colts (formerly Chargers)
1. (tie) Defensive lineman DeForest Buckner, Colts (formerly 49ers)

Top Five "Gone but not forgotten" (players the Texans would've/could've faced but will not in 2020)

Honorable mention:
Tight end Rob Gronkowski, Bucs (formerly Patriots)
Cornerback A.J. Bouye, Broncos (formerly Jaguars)
Edge rusher Everson Griffen, not signed yet (formerly Vikings)

5. Wide receiver Stefon Diggs, Bills (formerly Vikings)
4. Guard Marshal Yanda, Retired (formerly Ravens)
3. Defensive lineman Jurrell Casey, Broncos (formerly Titans)
2. Cornerback Jalen Ramsey, Rams (formerly Jaguars)
1. Quarterback Tom Brady, Bucs (formerly Patriots)

Top Five Road game venues on the 2020 schedule.

5. Ford Field (DET) - Thanksgiving football isn't half bad.
4. Soldier Field (CHI) - Historic building and NFC North in December?!? Oh boy.
3. Nissan Stadium (TEN) - it's Nashville and always a ton on the line when we play.
2. Heinz Field (PIT) - only time I've been there is 2014 and I loved it up there
1. Arrowhead Stadium (KC) - just a madhouse at all times

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